|Contributions||England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)|
[Montgomery (James)] The Petition of the Committees for Ireland to His Majestie: With His Majesties Answer Thereunto, 4to Oxford [London] Sole Edn., title within decorative wd. cut border, 7pp. recent boards. Ex Scarce Sweeney (1). Lenthall, William, Mr. Speakers speech before His Majestie and both Houses of Parliament, after his returne from Scotland, upon passing the Bill for Tunnage and Poundage, on Thursday the 2. of December, relating the present distempers of England and Ireland also, the King's most excellent Majestie's speech to the honourable House of. Two speeches delivered by the Earl of Holland and Mr. Io. Pym, Esquire: concerning a petition to His Majestie for peace: spoken in Gvild-hall on Thursday the 10 of Novemb. to the Lord Major and Aldermen with the rest of the inhabitance of the city: being commanded by both Houses of Parliament thereunto by Henry Rich Holland (). The facility for submitting a petition is no longer available due to the dissolution of the 32nd Dáil on 14 January The question of how future petitions will be considered will be a matter for the 33rd Dáil and 26th Seanad following the general elections for both Houses.
London: Edward Husbands, 4to [pp and ], modern boards, [Wing E], lacking pp. ; [Montgomery, James, Sir] The petition of the committees for Ireland to His Majestie. contemporary official copy of the original petition presented to the Lords Commissioners of the English Treasury in Nov., , by John Lovett " late of Dublyn, Merchant," and presumably a son of Christopher Lovett's. " That your Petitioner being forced by the Troubles out of Ireland and for the safety of some of his. PETITION TO UNESCO AND ICOMOS to save the Hill of Tara archaeological complex and cultural landscape from construction of the M3 motorway, in Ireland. THIS PETITION is addressed to: The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), which includes: â ¢ The Director-General, KoÃ¯chiro Matsuura â ¢ The Executive Committee of the General Conference â ¢ The. The Petition of Right, passed on 7 June , is an English constitutional document setting out specific individual protections against the state, reportedly of equal value to Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights It was part of a wider conflict between Parliament and the Stuart monarchy that led to the to Wars of the Three Kingdoms, ultimately resolved in the Glorious Revolution. Following a .
[Early Entry Book VI. p. ] June 6. The report from the Surveyor General of Lands read and entered on the petition of Michael Crake, one of the late King's footmen, for lands in Londonderry, Ireland: as also the report from the Surveyor General of Ireland on same. The affair to be submitted to the King's wisdom. [Ibid. XIV. pp. –1.] June 8. The Humble Defires and Proportions o F The Lords and Commons in Parliament, tendrcd to His Majestie, February i. AND His M a j e s t i e s Gracious er and Tropofitions The third of February LONDON: Primed by Robert B arke*. Printer to die Kings moft Excellent Majeftie: And by the Aifignesof ]ohn Bill. ^im (O f The humble. The Petition of Right is a major document in UK constitutional law that sets out specific liberties of the subject that the king is prohibited from infringing. Passed on 7 June , the Petition contains restrictions on non-Parliamentary taxation, forced billeting of soldiers, imprisonment without cause, and the use of martial law. It is this day ordered by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning Printing, that the books, intituled, An answer presented to His Majestie at Oxford, unto the false and scandalous remonstrance of the inhumane and bloody rebells of Ireland ; together with A narration of the proceedings at Oxon, be forthwith printed and published: John White.